A word about posting comments

If you want to get me information but not have it appear on the site, you need to email me at catherine.broad@yahoo.com.

Years ago, when I first starting blogging on this case I did not allow comments. I witnessed what took place on Topix when there was a thread about the OCCK case and I wanted no part of that. I then allowed comments, but I had to approve them. I told readers to state at the beginning DO NOT POST if the comment was not meant for the public. But eventually that got too cumbersome and for quite some time anything you put in a comment goes up right away. If I catch your post quickly, I can take it down but if I’m out running, that thing could sit there for a while.

I get approximately 200 spam posts a day. I bulk edit because of that. If you are having trouble posting, email me and I will figure it out. If you are one of the very few people I have blocked because I view your comments as a personal threat, well you can’t post. Ever. But those few know who they are. Again, if you are having issues, email me. Some phrases do not get through the filters and I will know immediately if that is what is going on.

More national discussion of the OCCK Case

Listen to part 3 of an interview of author J. Reuben Appelman, author of The Kill Jar by Kevin Price, host of the nationally syndicated Price of Business show about the OCCK crimes. https://soundcloud.com/user-759550640/j-reuben-appelman-part-3-interview-with-producer-of-film-on-oakland-county-child-killer.

Price and Appelman were kids in Oakland County, Michigan when, as both acknowledge upon reflection, it was one of the most dangerous parts of the entire country for young children. Think about that. I wish L. Brooks Patterson was still alive to hear how we all know now “his” county was an epicenter of child endangerment while he constantly pointed a finger at Detroit. I wish he was still alive to hear his county being discussed honestly for once on a show called THE PRICE OF BUSINESS.

That pig left y’all holding the bag in Oakland County as people increasingly ask for the truth in these cases. The discussion is national and international. Someone is going to have to clean up after the Patterson, Thompson, Robertson and Krease gang. The Cooper gang, too. This is not going away.

As Price says, watch the documentary about these child killings, Children of the Snow, by Cineflix for Investigation Discovery (2018), now streaming on Hulu. https://www.hulu.com/series/children-of-the-snow-e5670464-7adc-4907-80c1-9f38ce17ee82.